Central strike

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Are there any overnight strikes on the Central and Victoria Lines?

Overnight strikes by drivers are taking place on the Central and Victoria lines. There are overnight strikes on the Central and Victoria lines every Friday and Saturday until Sunday 19 June 2022. Check before you travel. Good service expected on Victoria line (including Night Tube)

When are the train drivers going on strike?

June 2022 rail strike dates explained and how lines are affected by RMT walkout Train drivers are to strike over pay and redundancies later this month, threatening huge travel disruption across the country.

When are the 24-hour rail strikes in late June?

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has called three 24-hour strikes in a week in late June. When and where exactly are the strikes? The three strike days are Tuesday 21 June, Thursday 23 June and Saturday 25 June.

What does the tube strike on Tuesday mean for London?

The Tuesday Tube strike will be London-wide, with all 10,000 RMT members striking. That means the full-scale closures seen in March, rather than the major disruption in central London brought by the station staff strike this week.

When are the Night Tube strikes in the UK?

A strike on the Night Tube lines - the Victoria and Central - will start from 8.30pm on Friday until 8am on Saturday, and from 8.30pm on Saturday until 8am on Sunday. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport ( RMT) union will walk out in a dispute over rosters, which will hit the planned return of Night Tube services.

Why are London Underground drivers striking every weekend?

London Underground drivers plan to strike every weekend for the next six months, until June 2022, as a row over night tube rotas intensifies. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) said this evening that its members will stage overnight walkouts on the Central and Victoria lines from 8.30pm every Fridays and Saturdays until June 2022.

What are the National Rail strikes and when are they?

Strikes are set to disrupt travel in June, as workers walk out on the National Rail network. Protests are over pay stagnation during the cost-of-living crisis. Here’s everything you need to know about when and where these strikes are going to take place. When and where are the strikes? Saturday 25 June.

When are the three-day train strikes in June?

It coincides with the wider, three-day walkout which will near shut the railway network on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Friday 25 June, reducing services by 80 per cent. There are also overnight strikes on the Central, Jubilee and Victoria lines every Friday and Saturday until Sunday 19 June 2022.

On Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, about 40,000 rail operators – but not London Underground staff – will strike. The disruption will be exacerbated by the decision of signallers to join the industrial action, as it is difficult to find any cover for their role. Which railways will be affected?

When is the Network Rail and RMT strike?

When are the railways strikes in June?

Rail strikes have been announced for three dates in June after workers voted in favour of industrial action. RMT union members at 14 train operators and Network Rail will stage 24-hour walkouts on 21, 23 and 25 June, the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has confirmed. More follows...

When are the rail strike dates in 2022?

Heres all you need to know. What are the rail strike dates? National rail strikes are taking place on three days - June 21, 23 and 25, 2022. Over 50,000 rail workers are walking out in a dispute over job losses, conditions and pay.

When are the train drivers going on strike?

June 2022 rail strike dates explained and how lines are affected by RMT walkout Train drivers are to strike over pay and redundancies later this month, threatening huge travel disruption across the country.

How many people are on strike on June 23 and 25?

As many as 40,000 workers on railway services will then strike again on June 23 and June 25, according to the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union. However, union bosses said the action was due to affect rail services for the entire week where the three days of action have been called.

When is the Tube strike? The RMT has announced a 24-hour strike on the London Underground on Tuesday 21 June, starting from midnight. TfL advises that people in London avoid travel if possible, with “very little service” across the entire Tube network.

When is the 24-hour strike on the London Underground?

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